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1st February 2014, 05:10 PM |#501  
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Seems my auto brightness isn't working with this kernel. It doesn't dim the screen in darker environments. Anyone else?

Mine works just fine

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I use lux auto brightness... Way better than stock

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OK so first I want to thank the Dev for all the hard work and the kernel. That being said, why would anyone need all those governors and schedulers? I'm not trying to be disrespectful or flame but it just doesn't make any sense to me to have governors and schedulers that are more suited for different kind of devices vs having a few that are tuned properly. It just seems erroneous and can easily confused the layman that doesn't understand what they do differently. Some of the best kernels available on nexus devices have literally 2 governors and maybe 3 I/O schedulers because they focus more on tuning what they do have vs throwing a million different ones on there and calling it a feature. Again I really appreciate the devs work on this and maybe someone can shed some light on this for me. I just don't get it.
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1st February 2014, 06:41 PM |#504  
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This by far has been the best kernel for MY device (for some reason results vary for different people), it just plays well with it and the battery life is phenomenal... Thanks again dev, I just finished my first cycle and was very impressed.

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OK so first I want to thank the Dev for all the hard work and the kernel. That being said, why would anyone need all those governors and schedulers? I'm not trying to be disrespectful or flame but it just doesn't make any sense to me to have governors and schedulers that are more suited for different kind of devices vs having a few that are tuned properly. It just seems erroneous and can easily confused the layman that doesn't understand what they do differently. Some of the best kernels available on nexus devices have literally 2 governors and maybe 3 I/O schedulers because they focus more on tuning what they do have vs throwing a million different ones on there and calling it a feature. Again I really appreciate the devs work on this and maybe someone can shed some light on this for me. I just don't get it.

This philosophy is over at the leankernel thread. Which literally encompasses everything you just said. I actually like all these different options to try out and see what are about. That's why I like Android because you have choices. If you don't want this there's that, if you don't want that there's this. Sometimes it's good to have options.

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OK so first I want to thank the Dev for all the hard work and the kernel. That being said, why would anyone need all those governors and schedulers? I'm not trying to be disrespectful or flame but it just doesn't make any sense to me to have governors and schedulers that are more suited for different kind of devices vs having a few that are tuned properly. It just seems erroneous and can easily confused the layman that doesn't understand what they do differently. Some of the best kernels available on nexus devices have literally 2 governors and maybe 3 I/O schedulers because they focus more on tuning what they do have vs throwing a million different ones on there and calling it a feature. Again I really appreciate the devs work on this and maybe someone can shed some light on this for me. I just don't get it.

J just use what you need... I love the selection... Just waiting on a description of what everything does... I'll take more than less...

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2nd February 2014, 05:37 AM |#507  
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Pretty sure I'm getting the best battery life ever with this beast. Props, dev!
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OK so first I want to thank the Dev for all the hard work and the kernel. That being said, why would anyone need all those governors and schedulers? I'm not trying to be disrespectful or flame but it just doesn't make any sense to me to have governors and schedulers that are more suited for different kind of devices vs having a few that are tuned properly. It just seems erroneous and can easily confused the layman that doesn't understand what they do differently. Some of the best kernels available on nexus devices have literally 2 governors and maybe 3 I/O schedulers because they focus more on tuning what they do have vs throwing a million different ones on there and calling it a feature. Again I really appreciate the devs work on this and maybe someone can shed some light on this for me. I just don't get it.

Based on anything i bring out, what i like to give users is different choices. With the added governors or schedulers i am giving users the choice to pick or choose what they want.

I understand that some of the best kernels available on nexus devices have less than 3 governors or i/o schedulers, but that has to do with those kernel developers on what they add or dont add to their work.

Any of my work that i bring out is based what users want and what users like and that is a variety of choices to pick or choose which i also like myself and I don't like setting a limit on stuff that i contribute.

Compulsion kernel has great stability, battery life, smoothness, and just basically about everything especially with all of the choices that i have added so users can choose and try on their own.

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This by far has been the best kernel for MY device (for some reason results vary for different people), it just plays well with it and the battery life is phenomenal... Thanks again dev, I just finished my first cycle and was very impressed.

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Glad you are enjoying it.

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Pretty sure I'm getting the best battery life ever with this beast. Props, dev!

Thanks and enjoy!

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2nd February 2014, 06:50 AM |#511  
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Thanks jovy, i uninstalled faux, only trickster is running, pour it on max clock, in the info about the cores it's showing 2649, i turned on frequency lock, but it's only going up to 2496, it won't go to max clock, but that's better than sticking at 2265. Lol. I'm on pegasus and noop, intelliplug on, dram on. Thanks all that I've set in trickster. Thanks again!

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Never turn on frequency lock. It will mess up not just the kernel but also the rom that you are on. I have done it myself and noticed my device freezing or staying stuck until you touch your device's screen.

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